We’re All Depressed, But the Country is Up for Grabs: We Must Stop Amnesty and Hold the House in 2014
Churchill said it best, “never give in, never give in, never, never, never-in nothing, great or small, large or petty – never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”
Today, liberals are the enemy. Never give in.
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So I’m in the same boat that you’re in. It’s entirely frustrating, the futility is. I fight the futility. I mean, it’s there, but, folks, I’m just as disturbed as you are. It’s hard to say what’s the most disturbing about all this. The ignorance of so many Americans. The apathy of so many Americans. The desire of a major American political party to basically turn this country inside out and upside down. The lack of any pushback on that from our party in Washington.
Now, you add to that — I know people are still clinging to some dream that Obama can somehow be sent packing out of office, or that the media is gonna somehow turn and realize what’s happening and start paying attention to all these scandals, speaking truth to power and holding Obama up. I just don’t see any of that happening. And when it comes to impeachment, it’s futile. The Democrats would absolutely love that. It would be disastrous, especially if it’s done for show. That’s one of those things, you’ve heard the old adage, if you’re gonna take the king out, you better not miss. You better do it or you’re finished. And impeachment for show, impeachment as a means of education, impeachment as an instrument of informing, that’s the wrong reason to do it, and, folks, it’s not even in the cards. It’s not even on the table.
But there are all kinds of things that we can do besides impeachment, which would be shooting ourselves in the foot. Obama isn’t up for reelection. The next phase of this is that the Democrats have to be thrown out of office. There are two things that we have do, or that we have to at least spend all of our time trying to do, in whatever creative ways we can, and they’re both gonna be really tough. We have to stop amnesty and we have to hold the House at the very at least. If we lose the House, then the Democrats have their one-party rule and there really is nothing stopping them other than some unforeseen event that forces the country to turn totally against them.
And those are the kind things you can’t sit around and wait on and you can’t force those kinds of things to happen. That’s just fate, nature taking its course. But amnesty, you’ve seen what’s happened to California. We’ve been through this. We just have to keep opposing it. There are all kinds of people — I talk about FreedomWorks constantly on this program, the grassroots Tea Party group. They are working as best they can to get proper people elected and the wrong people defeated in the electoral process, which is where a lot of people think that the remedy for all of this is, is at the ballot box. I know how discouraging all of this can be, but I don’t want you to think I’m sitting here ambivalent or even uncaring about it.